It’s the most wonderful time of the year! No, silly-not Christmas. Discount Billow Season! Yes, FitFlops are on sale! Okay, I totally just made that up, but it sounds like a calendar-worthy holiday if you ask me!
I hereby declare January 30th as FitFlop Billow goes on sale day! (wonder if we can get a day off out of this one!)
The Billow by FitFlop was $125 and is now marked down to $99.95 + shipping (unless you have a free shipping code kickin around!)
The Fit Flop’s uniquely built multi-density midsole activates muscles midstep to help tone your thighs, your calves and your glutes. In fact, Fit Flops are biomechanically engineered to absorb shock and lessen joint strain – but with a powerful new built-in micro-wobbleboard workout-enhancing effect.
FITFACT: Fit Flops work your butt muscles more: A SIGNIFICANTLY longer stimulation of the gluteus maximus muscle was measured in Fit Flop wearer trial testing!
I normally wear orthotics. Can I wear the Fit Flop?
The Fit Flop has been designed with a regularly shaped footbed, however, the multi-density midsole creates a micro-wobbleboard action that challenges the muscles of the foot and arch, and therefore might not be suitable for everyone who needs orthotics. We recommend that you err on the side of caution and consult your podiatrist prior to wearing Fit Flops if you currently rely on orthotic support.
Can I wear Fit Flops if I am pregnant?
Again, we’d recommend that pregnant women check with their obstetrician or GP first, before engaging in a fitness routine based around, or a lot of walking in the Fit Flop. Because a pregnant woman’s tendons can be more susceptible to stretching, minor variances in gait and foot flexion caused by use of the Fit Flop might lead to muscle soreness or hyperextension. Note: Walking in Fit Flops is an excellent way to get back in shape post-partum.
Are they suitable for a wide fit?
Yes, Fit Flops are suitable for a wide foot. Because the Fit Flop’s footbed is slightly wider than average, they fit pretty much every foot in width. If you have an extremely high instep, you may have to go up a size initially, or spend a few days wearing in the midsole, which custom moulds and compresses to fit your instep height after a couple of days of intensive use.